Pet Battle: [23-25] Kun-Lai Summit
Grooms face and scratches ear.
Pit-pattering footsteps; vocalizations (on-click)
100% Hit Chance
Scratches the enemy, dealing 394 Critter damage.
Rapidly strikes at the enemy 1-2 times, dealing 197 Critter damage per hit.
Hits an additional time if the user attacks first.
Deals 197 Critter damage and increases your speed by 75% for 3 rounds.
Increases your chance to dodge an attack by 100%.
Lasts 1 round.
Burrow under the ground, becoming unattackable for one round.
On the next round, you attack, dealing 591 Beast damage.
Starts a stampede, causing 177 Critter damage.
Opponents struck by the stampede take double damage for 2 rounds.
Stampede continues for 3 rounds.
Critters are immune to stun, root, and sleep effects.
50% from Beast abilities
33% from Elemental abilities
Found a nice patrol of several of these and the mom at 43.89, 69.85 in Kun-Lai Summit ( TomTom: /way 43.89 69.85 )
Love this pet. I got a rare SS version. I team it up with an Unborn Valk & a Mechanical Pandaren Dragon. You can take down most teams with this combo.
I have one that's H/S (9,19) and makes pretty easy work of the Spirit Tamers. it doesn't hit too hard, but its health and speed make it fairly durable. I usually pair it with Anubisath Idol or some other powerhouse to finish off what it can't.
I don't know if somethings broken. I have been farming for this pet for 4 hours. I have battled every pet in the zone, zooey, fireffly, foxling +kits, szechuan, monitors, runts, kids, tolai hare and pups, and whatever else is in the zone. Battled, foreit and killed etc etc and have not seen 1 rare tolai hare pup in 4 hours. I'm on Nazgrel usa. Very strange.
Love the pet! Disappointed in the named, though. Baby hares (less than a year old) are called leverets. They could also be called kittens like baby rabbits are. "Pups" are canines, sharks, gerbils, moles, otters, seals and a few other animals. But not hares. Hares have a specific name for babies, and that's leveret :)
Got a rare as an add on pet, 55.40, 46.89
Compared to other rabbits, these are about half to a third the size. They are a tiny little speck on the screen, and at least to me, that makes them just utterly *adorable*.For fans of cute, I highly suggest these.